Friday, 19 May 2017

New ECHR Readings

Please find a number of new ECHR readings from journals and blogs below: 

* Vassilis P. Tzevelekos, 'The Al-Dulimi Case before the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights: Business as usual? Test of Equivalent Protection, (Constitutional) Hierarchy and Systemic Integration', Questions of International Law, no. 38 (2017).

* Onder Bakircioglu and Brice Dickson, 'The European Convention in Conflicted Societies: The Experience of Northern Ireland and Turkey', International and Comparative Law Quarterly, vol. 66, issue 2 (2017).

The newest volume of the Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law (2016) includes:

* Veronika Szeghalmi, 'Private Messages at Work – Strasbourg Court of Human Right’s Judgement in Bărbulescu v. Romania Case'. 
* Zoltán Tallódi, The Question of Prison Overcrowding as Reflected in the Decisions of the European Court of Human Rights''.
* János Tamás Papp, 'Liability for Third-Party Comments before the European Court of Human Rights – Comparing the Estonian Delfi and the Hungarian Index-MTE Decisions'.

And over on EJILTalk! the following recent postsa relate to the ECHR and the Court's Judgments:

* Alice Donald, ‘Tackling Non-Implementation in the Strasbourg System: The Art of the Possible?’.
* Vladislava Stoyanova, ‘Irregular Migrants and the Prohibition of Slavery, Servitude, Forced Labour & Human Trafficking under Article 4 of the ECHR’.
* Marko Milanovic, ‘Strasbourg Judgment on the Beslan Hostage Crisis’. (on the same judgment, see laso Ed Bates' piece here).

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